Many cities moved quickly to adjust transportation infrastructure. Your agency can use this data to gain insights for your transportation planning efforts.
Traffic fatalities rose even as driving decreased in 2020, and transportation planners stepping up their safety initiatives — especially for pedestrians.
In an active planning environment, agencies can streamline reporting and access real-time data to address unexpected changes and plan for what’s next.
Replacing legacy technologies with modern, cloud-based solutions enables agencies to extend operations to wherever their employees are.
What the agency needs is technology that helps them get quicker access to and quicker insights from the data they rely on to make decisions.
GSA’s new analytics-as-a-service platform was designed to collect, manage and analyze complex data from multiple sources.
To streamline and accelerate delivering robust insights and better services, agencies should look for three capabilities: flexibility, integration and synchronization.
During a recent online training, our editorial team broke down five trends in government for 2021, including analytics, cybersecurity, and diversity and inclusion.
Agencies that use data effectively can better collaborate with one another, deliver stronger services to citizens and achieve more mission wins.
Integral Care of Travis County, Texas wanted to personalize contact center interactions by changing the way its agents engaged with callers.